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FOX News
Jul 30, 2009 11:00pm EDT
quote ran with it. bill: i have one more question about, you come back to us. i have got to could this on camera. this means it's all of us together, i want all of us together to participate nit in my thought process, right? when you have fingers like this? >> when you round it, right. bill: when i do this and she did that, too, with the finger, all right? that means you better watch out or what? >> that's an aggressive tactic. what people feel like is when you go like, this it's almost like you're being so aggressive and you are pointing your guns that's a big double barrels people people people don't like that finger? >> no. bill: finally katie couric got revenge on a "new york times" reporter giving her a hard time. roll the tape on that. >> the article contained not one, not two, but seven errors about his life and career. while he may have relished the report that he had stormed the beaches on normed on d-day, he was actually in a warplane high
NBC
Jul 21, 2009 4:00pm EDT
quote today she talked to us from her hospital bed in beijing. how are you feeling physically? >> i was feeling pretty bad earlier. now it is -- it has become just a cough. before i was feverish and coughing and sneezing a lot. >> reporter: noreen is testing negative for swine flu and says she's looking forward to being leased soon. also looking forward to the story she will tell her classmate when school starts. >> a little funny. mine, i'm going to be able to go home and tell my friends that i had swine flu while i was in china. telling people, dramatic. >> reporter: the trip was sponsored by the con unusual us institute of maryland and paid for by the chinese government. the parents tell me the chinese government is also pay for the hospitalization and also making sure that the kids are in separate rooms as well. they are also offering to extend the trip if the kids decide they
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2009 5:00pm EDT
overuse of antibiotics. . . therapeutic use -- >> when you say working definition for both, the -- the, in terms of the economic costs, would you agree when we're, effectively, if you have a -- an animal producer that is using antibiotics in a nontherapeutic way, there by, well documented of course, contributing to antibiotic resistant bacteria, that there would be a sizeable economic cost of that extra, that others would have to pay for. not the producer of the animal. somebody else would have to pay for treating people and -- secondary and tertiary antibiotics and another cost of treatment? >> i do believe it could be costly. >> maybe you could add to your own experience as a doctor and m.d., for somebody that has an antibiotic resistant infection, staff or strep or whatever it might be, what would then b >> what would then be a secondary and tertiary treatment for that individual? at approximately what might we be looking at from a cost perspective? >> a typical event example in the case of a kid who might say presents with a strap or something and doesn't react to the first
FOX
Jul 19, 2009 11:00pm EDT
thomas, thank you for joining us, it is really a first look at the soldier since he went missing two weeks ago. and tonight the u.s. is condemninghe taliban video. more on the story, live from the satellite center working this one. >> reporter: well, the pentagon tonight is calling this a taliban propaganda video and says it is a violation of w. now while the young soldier seems to be reading from a script at times he also seems rather frightened. in the 28 minute video, private foul bowe bergdahl appears unharmed. but his words are chilling. >> well, i'm scared, scared i won't be able to go home. -- and it is a very -- unnerving to be a prisoner. >> reorter: the 23-year-old disappeared july 1, stationed near the pakistani border, an area known to be a taliban strong hold. there are conflicting reports on how he was captured, but on the tape he says he was lagging behind the patrol. the u.s. condemns it, saying that the taliban is exploiting him, pointing to this appeal. >> my fellow americans, i have loved ones over here who know what it is like to miss them. you have the power to -
FOX News
Jul 7, 2009 3:00pm EDT
until proven otherwise. that is what the constitution stands for. . he called us into public service. it did not matter if we were black or white. he told us to stop violence and look at yourself in the mirror, because it meant if you were going to make a difference, of look at the man or woman. [applause] you come from all faiths, and i respect that america. it is a theme so symbolic for a young and beautiful man. i love the story of good samaritans because it talks about those who walk by and diminished the devastated and the port, the broken, beaten man lay on the road. nobody stopped, but someone called a samaritan. it could be in the face. it is all but charity and love, and i call michael jackson the good samaritan. i call the michael jackson, who cared and love for the world. it bothered me. i grew up with him, as all of us did. the 15 ambassadors, heads of states, sitting in an office, listening to michael jackson. he looked, they listened, she listened. what an experience to be able to listen and see michael jackson in action. there were words cast about. i wonder if
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
from a public health aspect was the end of the of the nontherapeutic use of antibiotics in food animal production. . . >> that is actually a savings of 12 to $7 per person if you go by the other study. the pew commission believes there is more than enough science to warrant a ban of the use of antibiotics. there have been studies that link antibiotic use on the farm to equalize and salmonella infections -- e. coli and a salmonella infections. we also think that the experience is very important, as the chairman said. they banned the use of antibiotics in 1988. the data has been analyzed for the past 10 years and a city is being released in the journal of the american veterinary medical association -- a study is being released in a row of american veterinary medical association. they found that in the u.s. compared to the rest of the world, we use more antibiotics than any food production in the world. that is on page 10 of my submitted statement. in denmark, looking specifically in denmark, the total amount of am -- of antibiotics being used post-band is less than the total amoun
HLN
Jul 9, 2009 5:00pm EDT
pool." >>> you are an important part of this show. give us a call, 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail us at cnn.com/primenews. or text us at hlntv. start your message with the word prime, this is your chance to be heard. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> welcome to "prime news." i'm vinnie politan in for mike galanos. a stunning report in an attempt to save michael jackson years before his tragic death. two sources close to the jackson family tell cnn his sister janet tried to stage an intervention in 2007, with the help of some of her brothers. but her plan backfired. michael reportedly told his security guards at his home in las vegas not to let the family members in. then this twist. "people" magazine reported it, and members of the jackson family released this statement, denying planning, participating, or even having any knowledge whatsoever about an intervention. but janet didn't sign the statement. joining me now with more, natisha lance, producer for "nancy grace." dr. reef karim, a psychiatrist and addiction specialist. and editor for us weekly cover. us weekly's cover stor, truth
CSPAN
Jul 14, 2009 6:00am EDT
evidence that is there, the fact there's no reasonablality a tiffs. and you know, we want to use as few antibiotics in children. we want to use as few as possible in animals, with we are going to use medicine, it should be paced on a solid foundation of evidence. so trying to set up a mechanism for that is challenging. i think as we go through, one use at a time, we have, just like we do in pediatrics, this use is appropriate, but this isn't. that's what needs to happen. >> >> you're looking at a situation, where you think it is difficult do have a working definition of this. is that right? >> i think it is one of the things that has to be worked out. i think in the bill it says routine prevention, but you know, how you define routine prevention. that's somewhere in this. that's a thing like agency like f.d.a. has done before and can do. we can talk about the principles that would go into this determination like that or how you would assess that. but one question, i agree, with you completely, just calling something prevention doesn't make it based on evidence, doesn't make it appropria
CBS
Jul 5, 2009 8:43am EDT
wright here telling us more. >> we're excited to have the partnership with church of christ. health and wellness, financial empowerment and getting more information and resources to help you. >> reporter: you said that tent and area is the heart of the festival. >> we know the entertainment is a draw, but we want people to leave with resources, get screen for things plaguing our community and how to look for jobs and advance their careers. it's important. >> reporter: tell us how can people get here? parking can be tough. >> we don't encourage to drive. we have a great partnership with mta, take the light rail. parking is ten dollars, but just take the mta. >> it costs $5 to get in and if you want to see the great anita baker, she'll be on stage at 7:30 tonight. >> out of all of what we said, fish, wings and jumbo shrimp. >> i was eyeing that sign. i'm hungry. >> my husband has breakfast made when i get home maybe. >> looking at funnel cakes they're not open yet. >> we'll make it down there later. thank you very much, we'll see you later. reporting live. >> if you're down there, you
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2009 11:30pm EDT
samper devices that use acoustics and lasers to sniper shoots the unit, it immediately point said the unit comeuppance a laser beam target on the sniper said. if you don't react quick enough the guy goes back down so you lost an opportunity so technically is easy to put a laser on the, one of the gun as well, another logical path when that gets you there so the point is to get each of these logical pathways that take you down this final frontier of army and that leads to the other part of your question of which is what makes ethical now and that is actually one of the parts of the debate i want to put out there. we really should debate whether it is or not in the circumstances that make ethical are not and that's not just things like the loss of robotics like isaac asimov but who should be able to control them, is a predator drawn only technology. too late, the department of homeland security has six of them. how about something the federal government should have and local police departments. too late, l.a. police in burma and is purchasing its own drums. atlanta won private syste
HLN
Jul 3, 2009 1:00am EDT
that they don't really care about us all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us ♪ ♪ all i wanna say is that they don't really care about ♪ ♪ all i wanna say is that they don't really care about ♪ ♪ all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us ♪ >> hold for applause. hold for applause. slow, umbrella, fade out. >>> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. michael jackson seemingly performing from beyond the grave. we have just obtained the private video of jackson's full dress rehearsal just hours before he collapses and pronounced dead. ♪ all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us ♪ ♪ all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us ♪ >>> the first videotape we have seen from that -- that final full dress rehearsal that michael jackson had on tuesday night. those who loved michael jackson, they'll say it's michael jackson in his top form. >> he was very energetic. he was happy. he was more playful than he normally was a
NBC
Jul 18, 2009 3:05am EDT
. "okay, buddy, you're going to make us chase you? come on. we'll give you a two-mile lead, okay." [ light laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tougher than usual. tougher than usual on the camera. i don't know what sport that was. extreme badminton. >> steve: yeah, power badminton. >> jimmy: power badmintion. hey, guys, did you hear a new green tea-flavored coca-cola was introduced in japan yesterday. you kn, fopeople who love coca-cola but hate the taste of coca-cola. [ light laughter ] green tea, geez. tastes like cigarette butts. i don't like the taste of green tea. but it's good for you. a new survey has found that 26% of people admit to texting while droving. [ laughter ] i wrote that on my way to work, sorry. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i was just -- i was vandalizing a car. >> steve: oh, my gosh. you took the car -- >> jimmy: carrie underwood, yeah. i took my louisville slugger. >> steve: it was green. the car was green. i could tell from your -- >> jimmy: yeah. scientists are now saying that children under the age of 2 should not watch
HLN
Jul 2, 2009 10:00pm EDT
just don't want to be ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. michael jackson seemingly performing from beyond the grave. we have just obtained the private video of jackson's full dress rehearsal just hours before he collapses and pronounced dead. ♪ ♪ >>> the first videotape we have seen from that -- that final full dress rehearsal that michael jackson had on tuesday night. those who loved michael jackson, they'll say it's michael jackson in his top form. >> he was very energetic. he was happy. he was more playful than he normally was at rehearsal. >> others might say that he looked thin. and we don't see many dance moves. >> the nation's top drug cops are now joining the investigation. dea agents looking specifically at the role that prescription drugs could have played in michael jackson's death. >> he was so adamant about, i will pay any amount of money for someone to put me to sleep. i looked at him and that was the first time i got this chill through my body. i said, michael, if you take that medicine, you might not wake up. >> michael
NBC
Jul 16, 2009 6:00pm EDT
doing our own internal investigation. >> a teenage girl told us yesterday that lamont davis had the gps unit on that during the time of the arrest, but left it at home when he went to go visit her several miles away. they cannot use the satellite tracking to find him. the group also said he frequently pushed the boundaries of the system. >> he was not supposed to be outside at all. >> did he go outside? >> yes. >> how often? >> every day. >> the secretary has called the company that makes the system. >> this case has raised concerns about not only the technology, but also some questions about the vendor that monitors the system for us. >> several sources have told us that there is concern that juvenile offenders have figured out ways to circumvent the gps system. >> it is normally known for its beautiful scenery where hundreds of residents go to relax and exercise, but this morning it became a crime scene. lowell melser is live in northeast baltimore and has the details. >> police are still calling this a suspicious death investigation. a jogger made a gruesome discovery around 10:0
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2009 8:30pm EDT
they wouldn't use them because it was seen as them also courageous thing to do and in that community and they have what is called the ski-ski effect. that is a certain day in iraq we lost to eod soldiers whose names ended in ski-ski and the community basic attitude changed to you know what, we may -- the courage aspect really doesn't matter. we have to start using the systems. we are losing people too quickly. with pacbots they describe the moment being the deployed experimental ones out to the very first forces in afghanistan who were trying to investigate these bunker complex and realized the technology they were using to investigate the bunkers and see if there is combatants still inside or weapons, it was the very same technology we were using back in world war ii and vietnam. a guy with a flashlight and a pistol. so they were asking afghan allies is to go in first to check that out and as one of them put it, quote, we began to run out of afghans. that's when the attitude shifted so is sent out this experimental set and the company knew there was a turn and the unit they gave to
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2009 7:00pm EDT
some more interviews in the coming weeks on "the communicators." thanks for being with us. . . x this week, the confirmation hearing was heard for judge sotomayor. in the next hour, highlights from the hearings as sanders question the judge about her judicial philosophy, past decisions, and views on abortion, race discrimination, and power. we begin with the top republican, jeff sessions. >> i accept the position will be by women of color on the bench and my experiences affect the fact i choose to see as a judge. first, that is troubling to me as a lawyer, and i present evidence and inspect the judge to see all the evidence. how is inappropriate for a judge to say that they will choose to seek some fact and not others? >> it is not a question of choosing. i did not intend to suggest that, and in a wider context, the point i was making was that our life experiences do permit us to see certain facts and understand them more easily than others. in the end, you're absolutely right, that is why we have appellate judges that are more than one judge, because each of us, from life experience,
ABC
Jul 9, 2009 5:30am EDT
thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle. let's get you informed on the top stories we're watching for you today. >>> baltimore county investigators working to find the cause of a fire that brought down the suburban house in pikesville. >>> plus, officials with mta, they turn over the death investigation to learn exactly how two teenaged boys died on the tracks of the light rail. >>> and all your luxury needs can be fulfilled. just head over to the towson town center. we'll tell you about the new addition there. >>> thank you so much for joining us. good morning, friday eve. it's chilly out there, if now been outside yet. it's 50s. unheard of. let's send it over to justin berk. >> my parents tell me about the 50s. they say it was -- good music. 5:30 on the clock. taking a look outside now, harbor cam looking westbound. we have a little of the predawn light just backlit here. the buildings. starting to pop out here with the backdrop. clouds to the west and south. let's check out the easterly view from catonsville, 65 degrees, a light wind from the north that will turn to th
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2009 3:00pm EDT
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ABC
Jul 5, 2009 8:43am EDT
computer geek, which designed the program that banks use to bundle and disguise high-risk mortgages with more stable investments. selling them as secure bonds. until it all collapsed. >> they structured deals that they shouldn't have, with mortgages that were, you know, unreliable. if you put garbage into a system, garbage will come out. >> rorter: iwas mike's system the banks used. >>>> this is the piece of software. this is the structuring tool. it's cled a structuring tool. >> reporter: he wrote abt his role in "new yorork" magazine. my manhattanroject, how i made the bomb that blew up wall street. repentant, and a bit angry, he says, about how his masterpiece was abused. >> a lot of intellectual effort went into it. and i'm very dismayed to see, you know, what i thought was something that was good for the society. itit's tning into, y you know, e of the components of a vast t catastrophe, is dismay. >> reporter: now that you ha seen what happened, what would you have built into your model or into your software to split that point? >> if i had built in regulation into the softwar
CSPAN
Jul 19, 2009 8:00pm EDT
but you have been called is a curmudgeon. >> that is commonly used to refer to me. it is because i do not always give everything a good review. fire fox is a beloved product. i use it myself. i thought that this particular new release was not quite as good in advancing their position as some of their previous releases. somewhere along the line, i picked up that title of commerce curmudgeon. i have a web woman working for meaning catherine brett -- named catherine brett. i write two columns and at one every week. when the spirit moves me, i do a blog post on the website that i co-managed. >> back in 1995, we did an interview over at the bureau and i want to show you what you sounded like, looked like, and what we were talking about. >> it sounds frightening. >> let's take somebody like me. i happen to have bought my first computer not more than three months ago. it is one of those little laptop jobs that you can take along with you. c-span on line and i can plug in and find out the c-span schedule. what about somebody like me? what would you tell me, if i had never touched a compute
MSNBC
Jul 17, 2009 10:00pm EDT
be. dan, here we are joined once again on the news and talking about someone who is so important us to. thanks, rachel, for having me on. >> tom brokaw, thank you so much. >> rachel, thank you for having me. >> thank you for joining us tonight for our coverage of the death of walter caron cite. david shuster will have more of our special coverage at the top of the hour. we leave you with the words of the most famous man in america. good night. >> and that's the way it is, monday, december 5th, 1977. this is walter caron cite, cbs news, good night. >> beginning from paris. >> from the great wall of china. >> reporting from mad right. >> this is walter cronkite. this is my last news. it nevertheless comes with sadness. for the last few decades we've been meeting like this. >>> good evening from new york. i'm david shuster in for keith olbermann. legendary newsman walter cronkite died at the age of 82. he became known as the most trutheded newsman in america. he had been suffering from kreeb ral vascular disease. caron skit's soothing image and his words became seared into america cons
CSPAN
Jul 20, 2009 6:00am EDT
magazine stories, and one of the things you have been called as a curmudgeon. >> that is commonly used to apply to me. i guess it is because i do not always give everything a good review. >> i did not think they were quite as good as advancing their previous techniques as they work. i picked up on the title of curmudgeon. >> how often do you write? >> i write to the real columns per week, and might also have a terrific of woman called kathleen brett who writes a third column that edit, but do not right. it is really her work. i write two and said it won every week. when the spirit moves me i write a blog post. >> back in 1995 we did an interview, and i want to show you what he sounded like an look like and what we were talking about and talk about the change. >> that sounds frightening. >> let's take someone like me. i happen to as just bought my first ever computer not more than three months ago. it is one of those little laptops. i can go home and plugged in or take it anywhere i want to and find out the c-span schedule. what about someone like me, what would you tell me if i had never
HLN
Jul 11, 2009 3:30pm EDT
bottom line" starts right now. >>> we begin with the very latest on the troubles many of us are having when it comes to paying our bills. delinquencies on consumer debt, auto loans, credit cards, and home equity loans rose to a record level in the first quarter of 2009, up slightly from the previous quarter. now, that according to the american bankers association. even worse, the percentage of borrowers at least 30 days late paying a balance is the highest since the group began keeping records way back in 1974. despite government efforts to get banks to lend more card issuers are lending less. in the first four months of the year banks issued 9.8 million new credit cards, nearly a 40% drop from the same time last year according to equifax credit bureau data. low risk borrowers can still get credit but less than before. the average limit on a new card slipped this year to $4,594. now, managing your credit card debt may seem impossible but you can do it by creating a plan and sticking to it. michelle jones is the senior vice president of counseling at the consumer credit counseling servi
CNN
Jul 9, 2009 8:00pm EDT
we'll leave the question unanswered to night. we love hearing from you. to send us your thoughts go, to lou dobbs.com. join us on friday on the lou dobbs radio show on wwor 710 in new york and go to loudobbs.com to get the local listings in your area. thanks for being with us. now campbell brown. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, hear the questions we want answered. could a family intervention have saved michael jackson? tonight, new information about how his sister janet and his mother tried to get him help. was there anything more his family could have done? we'll talk to a doctor who may know. plus, did a suburban philadelphia swim club really ban kids because they're black? >> it's sad that people are thinking this. >> tonight, shocking charges of discrimination. >>> and new details about the murder of steve mcnair. why do some star athletes go astray when they're out of the spotlight. >> when you make a transition away from the game, emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually, you change. >> warren moon joins us live. >>> plus, the tapes you have to hear. a
HLN
Jul 29, 2009 2:18pm EDT
source tells us dr. conrad murray allegedly gave jackson pro poto in the 24 hours before his death. murray's attorney said the doctor never gave jackson anything that could have killed him. dr. gupta took us into the operating room to show us how fast this drug, would. >> ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. >> and the patient stopped breathing shortly after he was given the drug and they had to put in a breathing tube which i believe is standard. most doctors say it should only be used in hospital. that patient is doing just fine. he's wake and had no complications, thankfully. >>> there's new hope for people with spinal cord injuries but one downside. a case of the blues. reporter jacolia ellis from rochester, new york, has the story. >> researchers at the u of r medical center are always looking for new ways to treat people. recently, they injected the drug brilliant blue g into rats with spinal cord injuries. it worked. the rats were able to walk again. >> the function improved faster and they eventually was able to do more with their limbs. >> the drug is
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2009 1:00am EDT
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NBC
Jul 16, 2009 6:00am EDT
captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> good morning. >> thank you for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will get to the big story in just a minute. first we will get a check on today's weather and traffic. >> i am calling it in honor unprovoked suggs and his new contract. it is going to be hot today. it will be very steamy and moist and humid. we have had a cooler than normal start to the month. we are seeing some stores out there around ocean city. things are pretty active right now. nothing over baltimore. current temperatures, we are in the 70's. we are going to be near 90 degrees before it is all over today. the back to keep your cool in traffic. we will find out the latest on that. >> let's check on your commit if you are heading out this morning. just one issue to contend with if you're heading to the west side. there is a disabled vehicle. no problems to report on 795. you may find a bit of a delay traveling in the mt. royal cultural district because they are preparing for art escape through the weekend. the closures in that area. here is a live view of traffic. the inner
FOX
Jul 12, 2009 4:00am EDT
for my 2009 plan to be rewritten. this is an expected feature of farming. one reason we are all used to updating our budgets and recalculating the best decisions to make. thank goodness for computers. do we use sophisticated technology to make a @$'p complicated issue easier. sometimes i'm not so sure. let's begin with the news with al pell. >>> the usda released prices. the 2009-2010 carry over was raised 40 billion-bushels to 250 million. thanks to extra records beginning next week. that's a slight increase from the june report. now the june 30th acreage report brought surprises from market traders when the usda brought nearly 3 million acres of corn were planted this week. part of that surprise were part -- the ag department says 87 million acres of corn were planted this spring. that's a second highest amount since 1946 trailing in 2007. noted ag economist daryl good says those extra acres brought in reports of tighter ending stocks. >> what we would expect now if corn prices are permenantly lower here for the foreseeable future. that this should really slow, perhaps bring to a
CSPAN
Jul 25, 2009 6:30pm EDT
people got excited. they told us to go off and build that. at the end of 1993, i was part of a team that built "the wall street journal" online. i ran that up until the end of 2002. after that, i spent about three years running yahoo news. and at walter a few years ago at a conference. we started talking. -- i met walter a few years ago at a conference. we started talking. he invited me to come and help build this into a business. eduardo is a venezuelan- american. he most recently ran aol latin america. before that, he ran other media businesses. he is a lawyer by background. he tries to hide that fact. he is a passionate news junkie. he felt like there was a need online to sort out the things that would be of interest to the user. that is why he started the daily me. >> is this going to be a paid site? >> i think what a loud "the wall street journal" to charge is that it is news with investing information that lends itself to a subscription. people need it for their business and making investment decisions. when we were building that online, we started with the assumption that we
CSPAN
Jul 19, 2009 11:00pm EDT
" called you a curmudgeon. >> well, that's commonly used to apply to me. i guess it's because i don't always give everything a good review. that review this morning, i mean, firefox is a cult-beloved product. i use it myself. and i thought this particular new release wasn't quite as good at advancing their position as some of their previous releases. so somewhere along the line i picked up that title of curmudgeon. >> how often do you write? >> i write two columns a week. and i also have a working for me a terrific young woman named kathryn berett who writes a third column that i edit but don't write and it's really her work. so i write two and i edit one every week. and then when the spirit moves me i do a blog post on a web site that i comanage. >> back in 1995 we did a little interview over at the bureau. and i want to show you what you sounded like, looked like, and also what we were talking about and talk about the change. >> it sounds frightening. >> all right. let's take someone like me. i just happen to have bought my first ever computer not more than three months ago. and it'
HLN
Jul 17, 2009 1:00am EDT
with track marks, many collapsing from i.v. use. his skin, paper white. his body, emaciated. in contrast, a private video of a dress rehearsal just hours before his death. drugs banned for consumer use only found behind locked doors in the operating room found in the home. jackson reportedly ingesting up to 10,000 pills in just six months, including 40 xanax a night. reports he even wanted to be put under with an i.v. drip for days on end, essentially lying there like a living corpse for up to 72 hours at a time. and tonight, will janet jackson beat the will? the will naming 79-year-old mother katherine guardian of jackson's three children. is sister janet now set to take custody? alternative? father joe jackson, he wants the children on the stage under the name the jackson 3. jackson himself often revealing physical beatings at the hands of his father, always keeping his children far away. but now joe jackson boasting he will raise the children. and in a stunning statement, actually blames 79-year-old grandmother, katherine, for all the beatings. has jackson's worst nightmare c
CNN
Jul 10, 2009 9:00pm EDT
rowlands is with us. attorney mark geragos is in new york. he's here as well. he was michael jackson's lawyer, by the way, at one time. and robin saks, deputy district attorney for los angeles county joins us too. all right, ted, what is this about -- we know more about pill use. what do we know? >> well, in terms of the pill use, we're getting in every day, there's more people coming out of the woodwork, obviously, larry, saying that michael jackson was addicted to x, y, and z. what's now come out is some circumstantial evidence that he may have had a severe addiction problem back when mark was actually representing him, during that child molestation trial. a security guard told santa barbara county investigators that he was taking ten, in excess of ten xanax pills a night to sleep. but this is just the latest, obviously, in a long series of people coming forward. >> mark, what does all that mean? >> i don't know what it means. a lot of the stuff that's come out today are documents that were filed in connection with the search warrants years ago and they basically were affid
HLN
Jul 10, 2009 1:00am EDT
collapsing from i.v. use, confirming an autopsy report surfacing last week, many branded as a fake. jackson's skin, paper white, white as a t-shirt. his head bald. his body, emaciated. all in direct contrast to private video of jackson's full dress rehearsal just hours before his death. multiple vials of drugs found in jackson's home. drugs banned for consumer use. only kept behind locked doors in the o.r. jackson ingesting up to 10,000 prescription pills in just six months. five specific doctors now under suspicion of drugging an addict who happened to be a superstar. as vultures circle jackson's dead body, the fate of his three children, unknown. >>> michael jackson's dermatologist said he had a powerful sedative to help him sleep during at least one tour. dr. arnold klein warned jackson not to take diprivan again. >> a source involved with the investigation tells jackson had "numerous track marks on his arms." and that those marks "could certainly be consistent with a regular i.v. use of a drug. like diprivan." >> new details of how far michael jackson's family went to get him o
FOX News
Jul 2, 2009 9:00pm EDT
$8 million and created only 30 jobs. 100 takes us to stanislaus national forest in california, where $30,000 of money will be spent to tear down the remains of trees that burned in a fire in 1973. that sounds urgent to me. 99 comes to us from akron, ohio, and is a little morbid. $1 million to build a fence on a bridge to keep people from committing suicide by jumping off the bridge. fremont, neb. is home to # 98 where $48,000 of your money will be spent on historical replica light thing all along main street. 97 comes to us courtesy of the omnibus bill. $800,000 provided for catfish genome research in alabama. a local cook told us he does not think it will make for a tastier sandwich. 96 is one of the more bizarre items on the list. in montana, they want to spend more than $3 million for improvements to a liquor warehouse including adding skylights. warm beer has to be everyone's favorite. massachusetts is 95 with the $25 million fund for wind technology testing centers. this is the stain -- same state that will not build the project because it is too close to the house of sen
CSPAN
Jul 2, 2009 1:00am EDT
. we are supposed to be fatalistic, theologically maybe. my preacher used to say that a presbyterian is someone that falls down a flight of stairs and says, "well, i am glad i got and says, "well, i am glad i got that over with." i don't come at this subject pessimistically either. when i step back, even from the shock of current events and ask myself again, and arthur's data pointed in this direction, are americans predisposed to forfeit hard earned liberties that have proven themselves over and over again? i do not see it. i can make the opposite case. the best educated people ever on the planet possess the technology that empowers individuals in a way that we have never seen before. bigness in all of its forms. observing a federal government that is every bit as clumsy as it ever was and dysfunctional. just wait until what it tries what is about to try. i think such people are less likely and not more likely than ever before to be herded by tghe ehe other leaders in mass transit, smaller cars, or homogenized health care. i think we are going to try to squeeze americans into these
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2009 8:00pm EDT
us. they are going to talk about this. mr. hoyer will introduce his constituent, a small-business owner. i would like to turn this meeting over to the distinguished democratic leader of the house, mr. hoyer. >> thank you very much, madam speaker. thank you for your leadership on this issue and so many others. there are certain things that are a necessity for all of us. clean air, to breathe. water to drink, food to meet -- eat, and our help. those are the essentials that we're going have quality of life. the first two are needed for life, period. we are discussing all of those issues. clean air, we passed an energy bill. we passed it in the timeframe in which we said we would pass it. it is now on the senate and hopefully that will pass it soon and we will have conference on that issue. we are now addressing health care which as i said is a necessity for all of our families. reforming health care is an economic imperative. it is a budget imperative and a moral imperative. it is an economic imperative because health insurance premiums have more than doubled since 2000, straining fa
NBC
Jul 7, 2009 6:00am EDT
. >> i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for "11 news today." >> let's check the forecast with sandra shaw. it has been so nice. >> it really has. i think it will last at least until friday as far as the low humidity and cooler temperatures by tomorrow. we are talking upper 70's for forecast highs by thursday. today we will be up to 87 which is really where we should be for july 7. the issue that we are not having to contend with, which is typicalor july, is the high humidity. low dew points as high pressure is in firm control over the weather pattern. looks like it will hold up. the front will approach tonight to cool us down tomorrow through friday. meantime, typical start, 70 downtown, 65 at b.w.i.-marshall. 67 in ocean city. today partly cloudy, 84 to 88 and just a very slight chance of maybe seeing an isolated thunderstorm north of the city tonight as the front nears us. all in all a great forecast for us. i have the seven-day but first let's check out traffic and a new ramp opening. >> good morning, everybody. let's check that ramp, outer loop to southbound 95 the latest ramp to
HLN
Jul 4, 2009 1:00am EDT
sleep. he was very persistent about it. >> diprivan is used as a general anesthetic. it is not a sleep aid. it's not available for general use. even with a prescription. >> we do not know how the drug got there, we do not know who provided it. the state tracks every prescription so they can be traced back to the doctors who write them. >> shocking claims about jackson's alleged drug abuse coming from a former friend and psychic uri gellar. he said this tragedy was bound to happen. >> i screamed at him and used the words, michael, if you continue this, you will die. michael, if you don't stop, this will kill you. >> good evening. i'm jean casarez of the legal network "in session" in for nancy grace tonight. the michael jackson death investigation intensifies. >> new reports about the powerful sedative diprivan, now found in michael jackson's home. >> you cannot have insomnia as a diagnosis and get a prescription for diprivan. it's restricted to anesthesiologists. >> this powerful drug is used in operating rooms to knock out patients. >> the attorney general's office is now involved with
HLN
Jul 12, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. give us a call. 877-tell-hln. e-mail cnn.com/primenews. or text us. start your message with the word "prime." this is your chance to be heard. >> controversy. opinion. your point of view. this is "prime news." >> i'm vinny poll tan in for mike galanos, this is "prime news." secret files on michael jackson. the documents are dated back to 2004. california detectives investigating jackson stumbled on what could be a dark, disturbing obsession with prescription drugs. former security guards told them the king of pop would take huge doses of xanax, more than ten pills a night. even said jackson traveled out of state just to get more prescriptions. right now we're waiting on a coroner's report whether jackson's death will be ruled a homicide. could there be criminal charges down the road? joining me now to talk about all of this, natisha lance, a producer for "nancy grace," and amelia kay, a defense attorney and former prosecutor. all right, natisha, let's start with you. 2004, all this stuff that's coming out. what are we learning now about michael jackson and prescription drugs? >>
CNBC
Jul 20, 2009 2:00pm EDT
them, but the president is using this to try to keep reform on track. john is on that. >>>. >> we hit turbulence with skepticism about the cross controls, but president obama is gunning the engine and came out and talked to the press with the children's national medical center and always talked about health reform as something that would bend the cost curve and reduce cost and he means it. >> the billie sign must reflect commitment and commitment of congress to slow the growth of health care over the long run. that's how we can ensure that reform strengthens our nation's fiscal health at the same time. >> here's why the health care picture is say moving diagnosis. lots of things that are fluent and the house indicates they will trim those targeted by the sur tax to pay for health reform and push it over. secondly, some moderate democrats in the house and the senate are pushing back on the idea that this program bill is moving at inadequate cost control and bipartisan negotiations within the committee of opinioninging and we expect it to be laid out later and the irony is this turbulen
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2009 12:00am EDT
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NBC
Jul 2, 2009 6:30pm EDT
. with all this talk of michael jackson's alleged drug use circulating today the promoter of the 50 concert tour who came out with what it says is proof that michael jackson was lucid and healthy. for critics who questioned michael jackson's physical readiness for a big comeback, today his promoters released this as their answer. ♪ some things in life they just don't want to be ♪ ♪ they don't really care about us ♪ ♪ all i want to say is they don't really care about us ♪ ♪ all i want to say is they don't really care about us ♪ ♪ all i want few say is they don't really care about us ♪ >> reporter: promoters say that clip from a rehearsal they claim was 48 hours before jackson died proves that jackson was not on death's door. >> none of us saw this coming. >> reporter: if drugs helped him through it they say it was a mystery to them. >> i'm not a doctor, not a drug rehab specialist, but i could not tell if he was taking painkillers or other medications as they say. >> reporter: investigators seized bags of prescription drugs, needles and medical evidence from jacks
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2009 1:54pm EDT
organization is used to determine the official cost and the legislative proposals. what sort of impact of his words have in the committee today? >> guest: the president himself said months ago that he was not interested in signing a bill that was not going to reduce the growth curve on spending. the cbo is saying this will increase spending and that is a deep concern for members across the aisles. to say how we will pay for this and still deliver healthcare. >> host: we will take calls for timothy until at least 830 or so. in texas, good morning to jim on our democrats line. >> caller: good morning, people. i listened a little bit of information about pennsylvania and, first of all, the purposes by the fact that the republicans are offering from a memo greatest by a lobbyist giving them talking points about government mandated health care, that they will -- let's talk pennsylvania. in pennsylvania you have an 86% increase from 2000 to 2007 in health care. -- to the premium combined for employers and employees went from $6,721 to $12,513. and the congressional budget office said over the n
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2009 6:15pm EDT
delaware as well. jack, welcome. >> i want to thank governor has a barber for hosting us. i was struck several years ago for a review by everyone who came down to help in the aftermath of katrina and the message that they brought back. being here with other governors and seeing the governors come together to try to rebuild a country, not exactly the same work they did with so many volunteers right here in louisiana and mississippi, but this is an important place for all of us to be. we talked about the stimulus act. i want to give you one quick example. in delaware, we have been hit hard by the economy, and specifically we have to car plants, one chrysler and one general motors. the chrysler plant closed in december and the general motors plant is closing this month. we also have a big amtrak facility where the repair locomotives and passenger cars. just about a week ago i was at one of the amtrak facilities. amtrak got a lot of money to rebuild cars and refurbish cars. it allowed amtrak to hire 52 additional people in delaware. among those 52 people were a number of folks who p
NBC
Jul 22, 2009 5:00am EDT
it. >> they want us to squeeze every ounce of savings as we can out of the current system. that is what we are demanding. >> either this bill fails or it will change dramatically. >> experts are split as well. email clinic says it would lower quality and raise costs. >> we do not think they have gone far enough even though they are moving in the right direction. >> by improving quality, we agree with that. >> barack obama is the quarterback. he has been calling the plays. >> he insists the health-care debate is no game and not about keeping score. it is about convincing americans that reform will contain health- care costs. negotiators here have yet to prove that it is possible. wbal tv 11 news. >> president obama will address the nation from the white house. it will start at 8:00 tonight. the research group funded most small-business owners are still left out of the debate on health care reform. that is true for a good number of hon. north. ent bobrepreneurs. -- entrepreneurs. >> we go sometimes weeks with a nagging medical condition avoiding treatment. >> the research group says
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